Top 100 fastest cars and bikes in 1000 meters 2019

The 1 kilometer acceleration benchmark (also known as "1000 meter acceleration" or "standing kilometer") is one of the very fastest and longest standing acceleration benchmarks.

Due to the long distance and high terminal speeds, this benchmark favors very powerful cars and motorcycles. Low downforce and low coefficient of drag is also very beneficial to achieve good "standing kilometer" time.

Therefore, this benchmark is not relevant for high downforce track-focused vehicles, especially those with low weight and smaller engines.

For more heavy cars with large engines, this long distance benchmark is a chance to finally "overtake" some more lightweight competitors that manage to stay ahead after the 1/4 mile or even the 1/2 mark.

This list is limited by available data and new vehicles will be added as new data arrives.


Rank Make and model Time & trap speed
1. Ferrari F2004 15.8 s @ 315.0 kph
2. Ferrari SF70H 16.1 s @ 320.0 kph
3. Audi R18 e-Tron Quattro 16.1 s @ 312.0 kph
4. Ferrari SF15-T 16.2 s @ 325.0 kph
5. Toyota TS040 17.2 s @ 287.0 kph
6. Porsche 918 Spyder 17.7 s @ 296.0 kph
7. McLaren 720S 17.9 s @ 296.8 kph
8. BMW S 1000 RR (Mk I) 18.0 s @ 292.7 kph
9. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport 18.0 s @ 295.0 kph
10. McLaren P1 18.0 s @ 301.0 kph
11. Ferrari LaFerrari 18.2 s @ 312.0 kph
12. Ferrari 488 Pista 18.3 s @ 289.6 kph
13. McLaren 675LT 18.6 s
14. Ferrari 812 Superfast 18.6 s @ 286.6 kph
15. Ferrari 488 GTB 18.7 s @ 283.0 kph
16. Pagani Huayra BC 18.7 s @ 306.0 kph
17. McLaren 650 S 18.8 s
18. Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport 18.8 s @ 282.0 kph
19. Lamborghini Huracán Performante 18.9 s @ 274.4 kph
20. McLaren 600LT 18.9 s @ 275.0 kph
21. Ferrari 488 Spider 18.9 s
22. Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV 19.0 s
23. Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 19.1 s @ 281.0 kph
24. Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 19.1 s @ 275.0 kph
25. Pagani Huayra 19.1 s @ 291.0 kph
26. Ferrari F12 Berlinetta 19.1 s @ 280.0 kph
27. Lamborghini Sesto Elemento 19.2 s @ 275.0 kph
28. Lamborghini Aventador S 19.2 s @ 277.6 kph
29. McLaren 675LT Spider 19.2 s @ 276.0 kph
30. Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive (991 facelift) 19.2 s
31. Porsche 911 Turbo S (991 facelift) 19.3 s
32. McLaren 570S 19.3 s @ 273.0 kph
33. Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991) 19.3 s @ 278.0 kph
34. Audi R8 V10 Performance 19.4 s @ 273.0 kph
35. McLaren 720S Spider 19.4 s @ 274.0 kph
36. HTT Locus Plethore lc750 19.4 s @ 283.0 kph
37. McLaren MP4-12C 19.4 s @ 272.0 kph
38. McLaren MP4-12C Spider 19.4 s
39. Ferrari 458 Speciale 19.4 s @ 271.0 kph
40. Porsche Carrera GT 19.4 s @ 266.0 kph
41. Audi R8 V10 Plus (Mk II) 19.4 s
42. Ferrari F12 TDF 19.5 s @ 277.0 kph
43. Lamborghini Huracán Evo 19.5 s @ 266.0 kph
44. Lamborghini Centenario Roadster 19.5 s @ 278.0 kph
45. McLaren F1 19.5 s @ 276.4 kph
46. Ferrari 488 Pista Spider 19.6 s @ 275.0 kph
47. McLaren MP4-12C (625 PS) 19.6 s @ 272.0 kph
48. Lamborghini Aventador SVJ 19.6 s @ 276.0 kph
49. Mosler MT900 GTR 19.6 s @ 278.0 kph
50. Ferrari Enzo 19.6 s @ 278.0 kph
51. Ferrari 458 Italia 19.6 s @ 271.0 kph
52. McLaren 540C 19.7 s @ 268.2 kph
53. RUF RT 12 R (AWD) 19.7 s @ 282.0 kph
54. Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SV 19.7 s @ 268.0 kph
55. McLaren 650 S Spider 19.7 s @ 273.0 kph
56. Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster 19.8 s @ 275.0 kph
57. Porsche 911 Turbo (997 facelift) 19.8 s
58. Ferrari F8 Spider 19.8 s @ 274.0 kph
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lafars  3m ago

should we have standing mile times too?

 

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FastestLaps  3m ago

I don't think 1 mile is tested much. Maybe by some USA publications. I can certainly spin up 1 mile estimates, in fact there are some in this website, for example: http://accelerationtimes.com/models/bmw-m5-g30


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lafars  3m ago @FastestLaps

this youtube channel does the standing mile sometimes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKDgEAYylSy6fcE6bwD3EQ


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FastestLaps  3m ago @lafars

I may have to look into it. I already added some 1/4 data from Carwov. Theres so many of those channels hard to keep track :)


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hostboy  2y ago

We still have four 20.0-second lazy cars on here.